Transnet National Ports Authority would like to remind port users of the requirement to disclose
suspected and confirmed COVID-19 cases to the Authority and the National Institute for
Communicable Diseases (NICD), for the purposes of addressing, preventing or combatting the
spread of COVID-19 in the port system. This is in accordance with the published level 4 regulations
Health and safety remains our priority and the Authority urges all port users to prioritise COVID19 health and safety precautions in their operational areas which include:
- COVID-19 screening procedure (temperature checks)
- Wearing of appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) as prescribed by the regulations, which includes a face mask/screen and hand gloves where applicable.
As previously communicated, the Authority has put in place stringent health and safety measures
in all our entry and exit points to limit the spread of COVID-19 infections. All port users must be
in possession of the Essential Services Permit with port access/ID and they will be subjected to
standard COVID-19 Screening process (temperature checks) on arrival. Failure to adhere to these
measures will result in access being denied.
Port users are further requested that, in addition to published COVID-19 reporting protocols, are
to report positive COVID-19 case(s) to the Port Manager of the affected port by telephone.
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